Krantz Stable Roster

This is my first Stable Roster update since just before Katrina. There is some fill in the blank that needs to take place to get us all up to speed. I managed to do some emailing just after the storm but in the last six months my stable musings have been confined to the Calas Bistro weekly email newsletters.

My newest challenge is learning enough HTML to post to this web site so please bear with me.

To fill you in:

Destiny calls - is retired after winning 14 races and over $600,000 and is in foal to the nice stallion Seeking The Gold. If all goes well she is due to foal in the beginning of March. Root for a filly to continue the line.

Blueyed Lass – The 2006 La Champion’s Day Distaff winner retired this past summer due to a knee injury and will be bred to Lemon Drop Kid this breeding season.

From This Day On – Is a younger half sister to You’llbeinmyheart (remember her?), Destiny Calls and Nowandforevermore. She didn’t get to run due to a fracture above her hock on a hind leg. She will be bred to Langhfur this year.


The Current Group:

Nowandforevermore – Was stakes placed last spring at Fair Grounds and has matured. He is ready to make the next step when the opportunity presents itself. His first two races at Fair Grounds this season are a bit lackluster but he’s come around.

Marie’s Plan – This one is a three year old filly from a mare we sold and she has run once at Fair Grounds this meeting for her only lifetime outing. She needed the tightener and should be ready for a bettor run.

Ashlee’s Mom – Raced this past week and was in the same situation as Marie’s Plan. She will be appears suited for distance and turf. Her first race was at 1 mile & 1/16 on the turf in La Bred company and she finished a rallying 3rd. Her next effort is much anticipated. She is a three year old younger half sister of Blueyed Lass (there mom is Blueyed Gal).

Alligator Bayou – He is a three year old colt by Smoke Glacken (a former Champion Sprinter) and out of You’llbeinmyheart. This is her oldest foal. He is getting close to a race.

All of our horses have been delayed in their training this year due to a number of factors. They are finally coming around and we hope to have good things to report soon!